February 16, 2013 – Sermon on “Famine of the Word of God” by John Brann

John Brann’s sermon “Famine of the Word of God” was a wakeup call for everyone that has let their Bible reading slip off their current to-do list. John started by comparing the effects of famine in Africa to the abundance of food in our country. He moved on to the famine of the true teaching of God’s Word and ended up with a challenge for us to engage in a consistent Bible reading habit including considering a read through the Bible in a year program.

John used the following scriptures: Amos 8:11-14, 2Kings 22:8, Matt. 4:4, 7:15, James 4:8-10, 2Tim. 2;1-5, 16-16, 1Pt. 2:2, Ps. 119:99, James 1:19-25

 Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 2-16-13 sermon

John attends the Conroe Church of God 7th Day and preached today by request.

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3 Responses to “February 16, 2013 – Sermon on “Famine of the Word of God” by John Brann”

  1. Jeff says:

    Thanks for standing in the gap and speaking out what the Lord has put on your heart. Your sermon was foundational (some would say practical)and right down to the basics of everyday Christian living. All the speakers have different concerns and this is just great to see God ministering to us through so many different people and touching us in so many differnet ways.

  2. Gladys McCoy says:

    Thanks for your good sermon Sabbath. You always try to challenge us, and this is the one area that we need to be involved in. It is truly frightening to see how the general population is failing to value the Word of God. I know you spent much time on your talk, and I do appreciate that . . . and you. Your Dad and Mom would have been proud of you and your words of edification to all of us. May God bless you and yours. . . Maybe your Mom can listen to your sermon using this nice program Jeff has given us.

  3. John says:

    Enjoyed your sermon, John. Your point about how your love for the whole Bible grew as you became older, resonated with me. I read a saying, “the older we get the once important things become less important and the once unimportant things becomes more important.” I think this applies to a lot of us and our love for God’s word as we become older. I’m thankful that it seems to be true, not only in our relationship with God but also our families, church families and friends.


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